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and a crashing into a metrobus in d.c. we are going to go live to brianne carter epicene of what happened. >> the crash happening here in southeast d.c. at the intersection of wheeler road and southern ave. it began in prince george's county. according to police, the vehicle involved in the crash in southeast d.c. was reported stolen in prince george's county around 9:00 this morning. authorities say between the time it was reported stolen and the crash happened, the vehicle was also reported to have been involved in a number of facts where the suspects were allegedly taking items out of people's vehicles in hyattsville. there was a lookout issued for police. not one but two police officers spotted the vehicle. each tried to make a stop but the vehicle fled. police say they did not pursue the car, the car fled. authorities tell us the driver of the vehicle lost control striking a car before striking a metrobus here at this intersection. we talked about the fact the suspects were allegedly involved in taking items out of people's cars. we talk to one woman who said she was at a gas station
-- the school is working to get nearby business involved. >>> a showdown between baltimore and d.c., but there's no question we've got them on this. >> the travel channel is doing a special episode trying to discover which hill is better, federal hill or capitol hill. mike mass cohas more. i know we're winning, right. >> what are you talking about. the restaurants, the bars, nowhere in comparison. we're at the cross market street. this is where we have to be wall to wall lineup. we're here to prove how we're so much better than d.c. we've been talking about seafood for an hour. tell meet difference between dc seafood and baltimore. >> d.c. does it their own way. >> you're talking different spices. >> different spice, different ingredients, different products. >> reporter: so let's call it authentic seafood. >> wannabe seafood, wannabe. >> reporter: i like. that the travel channel will come down here, do their walk around and talk. we're down here tonight. we'll talk more about this and give you some statistics. i did a little googling. back to you. >> sounds yummy. >> you like oysters, right?
in washington dc with their celebrations but let us san francisco celebrate -- mayor aleato and our wonderful history here and allow us to do a preliminary launch and so that's what we're attempting to do tonight and celebrate with you this launch of italian culture. it's very meaningful for us to did that year. we have a lot to celebrate. let me just say that painters, scrptdures, poets, musicians, designers, mathematicians, great architects of the italian country have come here to san francisco. we have experienced so much of the italian talent here in san francisco. that's why we wanted to be celebrating here and i am so glad to be joined not only by senator leno and assembly man amaino and david chiu and scott wiener as well. they all want to get in on this great celebration because it's wonderful for our city. i have often said our city and our strength is our international status and we do that with all the sister cities, with all of the flag raisings, but this is kind of new. what i said to our counsel general it's special because it's kind of bringing forth the things that we h
this afternoon in hopes of reaching a deal to avoid the fiscal cliff. redskins fever heats up in the d.c. region. local businesses and fans and the team during up for one of the biggest gains in years. "good morning washington" at 5:00 a.m. begins now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. it is friday, december 28. 5:00 a.m. now. i am scott thuman. cynne is off today. we begin with jacqui jeras with the weather. everybody wants to know the football forecast. >> no problem. today will be great. sunday will be pretty good. it is tomorrow to worry about if you are trying to travel. snow will be moving in, but it will not be a major storm. 37 degrees this morning in d.c., 34 at dulles, 36 in manassas 30 and in fredericksburg. there is a winter weather advisory issued ahead of the storm in the highlands, northern ireland, west virginia. 4 + inches could be expected especially along the ridgetops. -- winter weather advisory issued ahead of the storm in northern maryland, west virginia, in the highlands. highs today around 40 degrees. now, ste
police protection on buses. in southeast d.c., karen gray houston, fox 5 news. >>> the news edge on maryland now where an off-duty police officer was shot early this morning. the officer was in overly in baltimore county when he came upon a crowd of people in the street. it was 3:15 a.m. police say he stopped his car and asked the group to move so he could get through. that is when someone came out of the group shooting. the officer was shot twice. is he expected to survive. >>> tonight -- he is expected to survive. >>> tonight family and friends gather to remember a young man shot a year ago and pray for the suspect to be found. kevin victor wanted to be a marine and he was a standout athlete. now his brother darrius plays with kevin in mind while his family waits to hear something from police they say that have been silent more than nine months. >> he's my motivation. i do it for him. every touchdown is for him. every yard is for him. of grade is for him in the classroom -- every grade is for him in the classroom, too. >> we had high hopes to receive justice from the police dep
per hour in hagerstown, and in d.c. the winds are gusting to 33 miles per hour. this means it feels like the 20s outside. dress for that windchill, and you will be much better to go than if you dress for the anticipated high in the high 30s. the winds should be relaxing a little bit for the redskins game. appears little bit of good news for you guys, and back to you. >>> and you can expect traffic backups. the beltway, of course, may jam starting at hrapbover road and that exit by fedex field, and 395 could get crowded. if you decide to take the metro it will be open an extra hour to accommodate fans, or can you skip all the traffic troubles together and stick with us here at nbc 4. we have all your redskins coverage tonight before the game. catch the pregame show "redskins showdown," and then stick around for news at 11:00 followed by the "redskins final." >>> and then lawmakers have until the end of the day tomorrow to stop a cross the board tax hikes and spending cuts. the house and senate are not taking the sunday off. both will be in session today. we could see a vote at some p
term after last month's election. >>> d.c. investigators say they know who shot and killed a woman getting on a metro bus over the weekend. and they're looking for the suspect. witnesses told officers a man walked up behind the victim as she boarded a metro bus near 18th street and minnesota avenue southeast. the gunman then opened fire into the bus. the woman was hit several times. she died at the scene. her young daughter, a toddler, appeared to have a graze wound and she was taken to the hospital. police say it appears that the victims were actually targeted. >>> d.c. police are looking for two men who robbed a convenience store in southeast washington. the robbery happened yesterday morning at the m&v store. surveillance video shows two men with their faces covered rushing the door as an employee opens the family-run business. at least one of them pointsa gun at the worker. the robbers then empty the cash register and take cartons of cigarettes. >>> d.c. mayor vincent gray is unveiling new color schemes for taxis operating in the district in about 30 minutes. the uniform color
in the nation and $3 billion more than washington d.c. so what is it about fairfax county that makes it so attractive? dulles airport. the international airport provides easy access to washington on its highway. dulles airport also provides connections to both international and national markets, but if funding drops out accident buildings will go the interest -- out, buildings will go empty and commercial property taxes which fuel the county's economy will decline. >> we want bailed approach to help us get out of this -- a balanced approach to help us get out of this, but it will have a significant impact on fairfax county if congress does nothing. >> didn't know dulles airport was such a big deal and remember, the biggest expenditure for fairfax and other counties around here, the school budget. less money for the county, less money for schools. >>> as part of our continuing effort to hold elected officials accountable for what does or does not happen before the january 1st deadline, we're inviting our local lawmakers to be live with us on the air. tonight at 7:00 i'll be joined by maryl
's palace. >>> this morning d.c. mayor vincent gray will announce a new flood prevention for bloomingdale. this comes after flash floods swamped that neighborhood last summer. it would put storage tanks at the former mcmillan sand filtration plant, capable of holding 3 million gallons each. crews will also dig a six block tunnel under first street that could store 6 million gallons of storm water.king for ways to ease traffic and make road im. p -- improvements, and they want uncle sam to foot the bill. the government's shift to fort belvoir put a heavy burden on already congested roads. the county is looking for more than $1 billion from the government. county officials don't expect to get that total amount but hope to get something to alleviate some of those traffic problem. >>> a metro bus driver is upped investigation after this video popped up online. check it out. it appears to show the driver holding and possibly reading a newspaper behind the wheel. the rider, who posted the video on the blog unsuck d.c. metro says it happened on the d-2 route during the morning rush last monday.
's with all lanes open. slow traffic southbound on dc route 295 leaving eastern avenue towards the inbound 11th street bridge. slow and steady. let's pop up our cameras. 395 across the 14th street bridge now checking for accident activity mid span on the bridge. not seeing anything from this camera but headed across the freeway and over the exit for south capitol street. i 95 still astruggle. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> thank you very much. students in newtown, connecticut head back to class today for the first time since friday's school shootings all with the exception of sandy hook elementary. >> another of the young victims will be laid to rest today. nicole collins is live. >> reporter: good morning. the first funerals for sandy hook victims were extremely emotional and crowded. packed to the brim with people offering their condollances. >> another heart breaking funeral as 6 year old jessica is laid to rest. she loved horses and they promised her one of her own. that dream will never come who attended funeral services monday for jessica's first grade classmates noah
. >> awesome. four-game winning streak. i love it. we need to do this a little more often. >> reporter: with d.c. and baltimore being so close, there are many couples with divided allegiance to the skins and ravens. >> i'm feeling fantastic. what a game. kirk cousins come back and then run it in for the two-point conversion. unbelievable. >> knock it off. that's enough. that's enough. >> reporter: and wes and melissa. >> i'm loving life. she's probably going to sleep on the couch. >> i don't think so. >> reporter: so you're no the that mad at him. >> we'll let him have that one. >> there was a case of west nile in d.c. and all the crows went down. >> reporter: the skins pulled off their fourth win in a row with rg3 off the field with an injury. fans are already thinking about the next game. >> it's okay. >> reporter: playoffs hopes and dreams live on at fedexfield. >>> new details about a rescue operation in afghanistan. we're learning now that an american soldier was killed while rescuing a doctor who had been abducted in kabul. president obama has released a statement expressing sympathy for t
today but little of it stuck. there were flurries in d.c., virginia, and maryland but by late this afternoon the snow had turned to rain so tonight transportation crews are concerned about icy roads. v dot deployed trucks to pretreat bridges and highways to prevent treacherous conditions. temperatures are expected to dip well below freezing tonight. storm team 4 meteorologist kim martucci is here with what to expect overnight. >> in addition to dropping temperatures we have to talk about gusty winds. they're already beginning to fire up, up in hagerstown we've clocked wind gusts at 32 miles an hour. needless to say, we are going to have cold wind chills tonight. already it feels like 37 in d.c. but it feels like 22 in hagerstown and 28 in martinsburg. overnight we'll see those wind gusts make it feel like the teens. so when you step outside tomorrow morning, to pick up that paper, it'll feel a lot colder than what the number says on your thermometer. as for the snow, it's winding up across new england. i'll forecast abotalk about tha west virginia and whether it will affect us
. >> officials in maryland, d.c. and virginia all have the same advice for when it comes to snow. if you don't have to drive around, folks, stay inside. that way crews can take care of the roads and keep people safe at the same time. >>> enjoy the mild conditions for your friday. major changes coming your way for the weekend. veronica johnson is here for the forecast. >> seems like we got rid of one storm and another one is moving in. starting right after midnight. temperature outside right now, 38 degrees reagan national. your windchill at 30. so we lost a lot of the high winds but still enough wind out there to bring down that windchill reading. you can see the winds currently. at about 5 to 10 miles per hour across our area. that's kind of where they're going to stay today. as far as temperatures go right now, benning at 33 degrees. areas right in d.c. there at 37. high atsville at 32 degrees. aspen hill in montgomery county, coming in currently at 34 degrees. windchill ratings are low throughout the area. reading between 26 and 30 degrees. so bundle up if you will be going out. as far as
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faster along more major d.c. commuter routes. .increased the speed limit to 45 on eastbound on york avenue between bladensburg and the maryland line. and it's 45 miles an hour. the speed limit on canal road from the chain bridge to foxhall road is also now 40 miles an hour. it's 50 degrees on this tuesday morning. >> good news keeps coming from >> welcome back. we're getting news from iraq about their president. >> he has been hospitalized. jummy olabanji is in the newsroom with more on what is happening. >> we are getting this information from the associated press. details are not many. we know that the president has been taken to a hospital in baghdad for an unspecified health problem. his office posted disinformation on their web site a short time ago. they say that he was taken to the hospital last night, showing signs of extreme fatigue. they gave no further details. they said that they would update their website as soon as they got an update on his condition. this story is out of iraq. we will pass along any information. back to you. >> thank you. as police investigated deadly
to send more trains over the yellow line so to accommodate the silver line. the westside of d.c. will will be worse off because of this. to take effectd next year when the silver line opens up. drivers are listening up to .ate the icc connecting montgomery wasprince george's county supposed to give drivers a break from traffic. at drivers are not willing to pay the toll. lowering the tolls would be the for the drivers and toll roads. natasha barrett will explain how. this is the icc next to me. the council members might have . point little after 5 p.m., it does you are on the .cc this is the busiest it has been all day. connector wasty supposed to be the solution to traffic clogged roads. >> i do not use it. .$8is i used the standard roads. fight the rather .raffic on the icc, drivers pay $8 for a full trip. trucks pay $36. many people as expected are using it. only 26,000 used it on the eastern and. 35,000 used it on the western and. end. the montgomery county councilman asking theetter slash toll prices in half so more people will use the icc. it is not a bridge or a .unnel pe
. >> breaking news. crews are on the scene of a deadly shooting in northeast d.c. police found a man shot to h in the 1200 block of c street. for two are looking suspects. what led to the shooting. more details as. >> under the people are expected the national mall afternoon to honor the of the elementary school shooting in newtown, connecticut. joinizers say people will form a large community circle around the washington monument. goal is to find ways to prevent similar tragedies in the future. >> the debate over guns in america, the national rifle association is not backing down from its controversial idea of putting armed guards in the nation's schools. >> i don't understand why you cannot just four minutes imagine when a horrible monster his way into a if a good school that been there, had might be unable to stop him. the nation's cardigan rights as a white house task may try ton violence undermine the second amendment. >> u.s. senator free on bond after being arrested for alleged drunk driving. the idaho republican ran a red light in alexandria early sunday morning. he failed several fiel
showers to the d.c., not expected to whole lot. the dense fog advisory for hours. night morning you rrow to leave a few extra the fog. cause of in the mid 40's to but a nice warmup and in the outlook. > thank you so much. marion barry in again. of fire vont versele police officers chief's response. red skin fever is by the minute but what the chances rg3 will return to the let's get to the story about here talking town the redskins and their o playoffs. eyes of course on robert because we hird waiting to see whether he will be starting. from e the latest park tonight. knows kurt cuss 1-0 as a starter. l start on sunday. upset when the skins eactivated after doctors and tested the nee yesterday. knee seems stable. was quick. and want you to listen to mike shanahan from this afternoon. he's getting a lot of treatment. good and i think a lot saw before the game today. long lly it's not too doctors okay him and to practice full speed. their e doctors give to play. going dangerous the most d exciting runners in the eague. the redskins don't want his future. unless he has . set back this
notice on house votes. the potus on his way to d.c. to address fiscal cliff for the middle class with six days left to act. gop still mia. joining me now from hawaii, kristin welker. was the president expected? >> we did expect that given there was no deal on the fiscal cliff that he would have to return early from his hawaiian vacation. he will be flying out late or this evening. the first lady and the first daughters continuing his hawaiian vacation. he will find himself in a similar situation. the negotiations are largely deadlocked. just to give you a sense of how we got to where we are, if you go back to last week, it seemed like the house and speaker were getting close to getting a big deal that would have included tax reform and deficit reduction. that fell apart. house speaker john boehner tried to get his own bill through the house. he realized he didn't have enough votes for that. that fell apart as well. the ball is in the senate's court. according to an aide, senate majority leader harry read will not bring a bill to the floor unless he believes he will not have the support to
court was there should be a judicial review at least in those cases under permit the. in 2010 the d.c. circuit reversed and the opinion by chief judge sentelle held that it seemed like the suspense in clause should not run, even in the context of individuals or another from our picked up in afghanistan. the central animating principle behind the d.c. circuit reasoning was that these detainees could not show that they were held for the sole purpose of evading judicial review. what they could discuss at the l.a. and lest they should, and we accept that as a challenge, so that was actually resolved this morning. you knew we were having this panel. another ruling holding that even with the new evidence submitted is still was enough. if that decision is affirmed on appeal it will mean practically speaking that there will not be a judicial review of any detention about citizens were picked up outside the u.s. and not sent to guantanamo which is an enormous steel. that's totally would change the dynamics of this conversation. briefly, but i want to do, cue this up for greg to should be done
the assault or have seen the man in this photo, contact police. >>> d.c. police are investigating what they're calling a suspicious death in northeast. officers were called out to the 200 block of i street around 4:30 yesterday afternoon. they found the body of a man. homicide crews were also called to the scene. there's no new information. >>> police are looking for a shotgun taken from a stolen police car. two cruisers were stolen last week. one from duke street on thursday, the other on princess street on friday. both cars have been recovered but the shotgun that should have been in the first car is still missing. alexandria place are not sure how the cars are being stolen. they've sent out bulletins to departments region wide about the theft. >>> the man accused of oi -- james caroline was indicted on capital murder and weapons charges yesterday. he's accused of killing i tommy wong who owned capital jewelers on columbia pike in july. caroline will be in court on thursday to set a trial date. >>> lawmakers on capitol hill are mourning the loss of a senator and war hero. daniel dani dani
in the playoffs, now the redskins in the playoffs. what's in the water in d.c.? the tide may be changing here in d.c. do not go anywhere. we're going to extend our coverage as the redskins game has been completed and try to get live coverage back out at fed ex field, so while this sports xtra is over, stick around. we'll be back in a moment.
attention to the other big story to the day. snow coming to the d.c. area and should start to see the white stuff coming overnight. gary mcgrady is joining us now. how much can we expect? >> reporter: not a lot. pardon me, tom. but we will have a little bit coming on across and looks like an accumulation here in the city. first of all, i want to assure you that this is not a big storm and it's not going have a great impact o cross the area now. and the in fact that it's coming on a saturday is going to be, help us quite a bit, you know. you don't necessarily have to get out. most of us don't with minimal commuting to be done. the snow is arriving for everyone before sunrise. it's going to be be snow and then snow and rain for d.c. and looks like a changeover to mostly rain. the highest accumulation to the north-northwest, which is very typical around here. and all of the precip, it looks like it will taper off late day. we have a winter weather advisory and that is in the first full forecast coming up, tom? >> thank you very much, gary. you can remember get your weather all the time anywher
locations, like hagerstown 34, 36 in frederick and gaithersburg, still 40 in d.c., but we have strong winds ouof the north and northwest. a 32 miles per hour wind gust right now in hagerstown, 1 in manassas, 16 miles per hour in d.c. those strong winds out of the northwest are bringing in colder air. so we will see the temperature drop below freezing, especially in the north and west suburbs. 26 to 32 for your overnight lows. we'll slowly warm into the 30s as we head towards 10:00 a.m. that will help to melt any of that black ice that might be out on the roadways. keep in mind the sun doesn't come up until about 7:30 in the morning this time of year. so you might have some lingering black ice into the early morning hours. surae, i'll tell you more about those gusty winds in tomorrow's forecast coming up. >> thank you, erica. >>> as the end of the year deadline approaches to avoid a series of tax increases and spending cuts that will impact most americans, senate leaders are trying to put together some kind of agreement to avert the so-called fiscal cliff. the senate and house are back in se
maybe a little less snow for d.c., looks like it may get a little more mix with rain by late morning tomorrow morning, early in the afternoon before it shuts off. most of the accumulation which is typical will be north and west. all precipitation will taper off by late in the day, fairly fast moving storm. we'll give you the specifics in the forecast for the new year and beyond coming up. >> thank you very much. >>> the snowflakes have not started falling yet, but leaders in d.c. say you should be ready when they do. snowplows will start treating streets and bridges at 4 a.m. officials have some tips if you're out driving tomorrow. >> if you do get some accumulation, we do want you to put salt and abrasives down on your walkway, the thing that you can do to help husband is clear your walk. -- help us is clear your walk. just if you're going to drive be very cautious. give yourself plenty of braking distance and take it easy. there's really no rush. >> officials say if you do not have to be on the roads in the morning, it would be better that maybe you wait until the afternoon. >>> af
was stolen overnight friday and turned up in d.c. police believe the incidents are connected but so far no arrests. >>> coming up a mother proves her doctors wrong and now they're calling her a medical miracle just in time for the holidays, her amazing survival story is next. >> we're tracking some showers moving across the area, still a very mild night. the showers are trying to break up that fog that's remained very thick across the region. >> stick around. here's a look at some of the other stories on the rundown. the news edge at 11:00 is coming right back.  >> this is fox 5 news edge at 11:00. [ male announcer ]  there are plenty of reasons to be jolly at the chevy year-end event because chevy's giving more. more efficiency with sonic and cruze... more function in equinox and traverse... more dependability with the legendary silverado... and more style in the all-new malibu. chevy's giving more at the year-end event because 'tis the season. chevy's giving more. this holiday season, get a 2013 cruze ls for around $149 per month or get $500 holiday bonus cash. >>> just fi
check it had 163,000 signatures. here in d.c., dozens of parents, teachers and veterans marched on the national rifle association's headquarters calling on the group to curtail its lobbying efforts. from capitol hill one virginia congressman says the shooting was enough to make him remember think his position on guns -- rethink his position on guns. >> i absolutely believe that americans have a right to reasonable gun ownership, but i also know after this enormous tragedy coming not that long after the tragedy at virginia tech, when my daughters asked me friday night, dad, you're in the senate. why can't we put reasonable restrictions on assault weapons or these rapid fire ammunition clips? i didn't have a good enough answer for them. so i, even as an nra a-rated member believe enough is enough. >> senator warner says as the funerals begin today is not the day to present a specific plan but he hopes in the coming weeks democrats and republicans can come together for a frank conversation on gun control while preserving the rights guaranteed under the second amendment. today the s
new spending. >> the stakes remain high. especially for the d.c. region. >> the washington region will suffer under sequestration far worse than other parts of the country. >> both sides still insist they want a deal. the senate and house to avoid the fiscal cliff, but the senate is pushing forward hoping they will have the deal by midnight tonight. we will technically go over the cliff on new year's day. the house hopes to fix everything on wednesday. they hope the markets will stay calm if the senate? today. mellon says they're happy with this final deal -- no one says they are happy with this final deal. reporting live from the capital rebecca cooper. >> jobs at the pentagon may be in jeopardy when we go over the fiscal cliff. they are not the only military related work at stake. northern virginia bureau chief jeff goldberg is live at the pentagon tonight. >> last week, defense secretary leon panetta said day-to-day operations would likely not change dramatically if we go over the fiscal cliff. any potential layoffs would probably not happen immediately. workers are watching th
and little, if any, accumulation and from d.c. to the north and west and that is where we think most of the accumulation is going to be. you can see the city's involved in the winter weather advisory. front royal, winchester, frederick, hagerstown, leesburg and rockville. it doesn't look like this is going to be a big storm at all for us, moving long quickly. the way we see it now, most of the snow will arrive for everyone before sunrise and basically coming in overnight tonight. for the d.c. area here, we're talking about snow and we'll see snow for most of the day tomorrow. the highest accumulations will be north and west which, is very typical around here and all of the precipitation, whether it's rain or snow, will be tapering off late in the day. coming up with the full forecast, will, we're talking about where we think the greatest accumulations will be and who sees an inch of wet snow. >> all right, sounds like problems on the road. the district said it will be ready when the first flakes fall. city leaders say plows will hit the streets about 4:00 a.m. tomorrow and they're go
county and baltimore. then mainly rain from d.c. south and east. we'll talk more about what you can expect behind this system after all this snow and we'll look at new year's eve coming up. >> thank you. >>> this winter storm is expected to affect mostly the northern and western parts of our area. news 4's derek ward has been on the roads this morning monitoring the conditions. derek, what have you seen so far? >> reporter: well, so far, not a lot. we did see some flakes at about 5:00 this morning. this is what we've seen a lot of. these trucks with their flashing lights at the ready to treat the roads. some roads have been treated. early this morning, i saw some of that coming in the district and here in montgomery county. so not a lot they can do now, but they're ready if the conditions should change. we're kind of in a hole right now, but as that hole passes, we'll start to see some precipitation. prudence is the order of the day. >> derek, thank you. >>> road crews around d.c. worked for hours to get ahead of the snow. here's a live look at constitution at 23rd street. yesterday
along new york avenue in northeast d.c. one of the roads affected by the change here. here are the roads with the faster speed limits. the move comes after d-d.o.t. completed its review of the roads and found a higher speed would not impact safety in these areas. >> time now to check in with julie wright and see what is happening on the morning commute. >> good morning. anxious to see how this plays out for those traveling along new york avenue this morning. typically, a very heavy traveled area as you work your way between south dakota avenue and bladensburg road and coming outbound headed back over towards bw parkway. we are anxious to see how this is going to pan out for you. this is kenilworth avenue at eastern. no problems to report traveling through northeast headed out towards pennsylvania avenue. pulling up this camera again because this is what we're waking up to in germantown actually lot of fog out hereon the roads this morning. traveling south out of 270 or north headed up into frederick, allow some extra time out on the roads. be careful. 'tis the season. a lot of deer out t
are not saying how and why the two men met. we know that there was a struggle and the man was stabbed. >> d.c. police are investigating a shooting in southeast. shots rang out at 8:00 this evening in the 5000 block of errors place. the details of the shooting are sketchy. the victim was found lying in the middle of the road, not yet identified. detectives are canvassing the carrier, searching for crews lues. d.c. police say a teenager was hit by a car and a second time by an suv. the suv driver did not stop. the police did not have a description, but they're looking for a tan suv with d.c. plates. >> the case of a missing university of maryland student has taken a sad turn. he disappeared 10 days ago, but it was found at a parking lot in bowie. investigators believe he took his own life. they say he had not spoken to friends or family since december 19. >> and emotional gathering in arlington as funeral services were held for jason emma, who was shot and killed in northeast on monday. the police say he was sitting in his car, blocks from his home, when he was killed. if he had just moved to c
wal-mart. bottom line, american communities survey, d.c. is a terry, younger, and andard bennett was in -- was in y2k. it i >> there building condominiums affordable for us. but it is affordable for the they have because jobs and we do not. 60% black a decade ago. now 50% black and 35% white. 42,000 blacks have left the city. >> i can walk to wherever i need. a car.t have is a lot of night life everything is very accessible. the city is a lot richer. median income up to $61,000. >> we are disappointed in the have received. >> these pastors said this vandalism is a reaction to a plan to build low-income housing for seniors. hettos," it say. who has money is able to get want.hey who is trying to do services forced out. y know they areot dealing with white racists but the church gets a message. the survey shows that d.c. is 34 years.unger, that is six months younger than 2000. are more hispanic men the cities. 8000 more, 2000 more agents. -- more asians. christieto come, chris for help on capitol hill. how this could make a difference for millions of people. happening see it at side
of snow. and at some point minority and west of d.c., fredrick county into low den -- louden county. we may see some heavier snow. but it's not going to stick. it's conversationtialal type of snow. >> you should be fine tomorrow. if you head out the door and you're going to shop all day long, what you want to do is grab an umbrella or maybe buy one. you can use it and reuse it and then give it to pamela. all righty. this is what we have outside right now. partly cloudy skies. our temperature, 37 degrees. you'll notice the wind chill factor exactly the same as the temperature because the wind has finally died down. earlier in the day 45 where we normally are this time of year, we normally see the temperature just beyond the freezing mark. today, we were pretty close to them. look at that record low of seven degrees set back in 1989. temperatures on our weather bug network. 28 after a high of 45 degrees. we had temperatures just around 47 earlier in alexandria. now at 31. our final stop will take us to lafayette district school. no rain today. but tomor
. the president left dc today to talk to auto workers in michigan as part of husband strategy to general public support for tax hikes. >>> you're going to need some extra money in your pocket if you want to book a room in a new hotel planned for baltimore city's mount vernon neighborhood. the new $16 million project to be called to ivy could become the most pricest hotel. it would have just 18 high end guest rooms a restaurant bar private garden and meeting space. the rooms will go from $350 to $1,500 a night. >> won't that be exciting. >>> still to come on wjz eyewitness news at noon, protestors set up camp outside the presidential palace in cairo. >> fed-ex trucks hit the street today for the busiest shipsing day of -- shipping day of the year. >> first warning weather has the latest on the foggy monday. [ male announcer ] this commercial is not about getting fios; it's about getting fios. that moment after you finally got it, that you actually get it. when you can see blades of artificial grass in their full glory you get it. or the first time you download a two-hour movie in two
. >> and a boost for those >> president obama has declared d.c. a disaster area, opening up federal money to help cover emergency work and repairs from the storm. and to protect against future disasters. chris christie expected to be in d.c. today pressing for more aid following hurricane sandy. the new jersey governor wants full federal reimbursement for some storm-related cost. debris removal may not be able to continue unless fully reimbursed. >> it's 35 degrees. very cold this morning. >> especially compared to last several days. >> you definitely want to dress appropriately for the weather today. the last couple days you probably were in short sleeves by the afternoon. but today you need a long sleeves. you need to bundle up. we have clear skies overhead, so it will end up being beautiful. we have more clouds approaching from the west. that will move in late tonight. temperatures this morning between 25 degrees and 30 degrees colder than yesterday morning, so you feel the difference. 30 degrees at dulles, 27 in gaithersburg, 30 in culpeper. our forecast, mostly sunny. cooler than average, by
to represent san jose state back there. >> reporter: many spartan fans will be able to make it to washington dc in person. some say they'll definitely watch it on tv. >> i will definitely be watching from home. but i will record it because i just can't afford to go to washington dc at this moment. >> reporter: earlier in the season, the spartans visited the east coast when they beat navy 12-3. this team around, the spartans will take in more of the sights of historic washington dc and enjoy the last time they'll be together for the season. >> we get to go through all these challenges together, victories and everything, so i think there's going to be some activities, touring and sightseeing and stuff like that. but on top of all of it, it's just going to be the last time for this group, these guys to be together. that'll be fun. >> the team hopes to have its first 10-plus winning season ever in spartan history with a victory over the falcons. >>> the nhl recently canceled more games through december 14th to the all-star game. and for san jose sharks season ticket holders, it means a little extr
is celebrating in washington dc the italian culture with the minister. "dr. friends greetings as you. >> >> gather in san francisco to celebrate italian culture in the united states. thank you for the opportunity to join so many friends, guests and dignitaries with fellow italian americans to bring the celebrations. the celebration is more of a celebration in art and music, fashion and design, literature and architecture. it is reaffirmation of the enduring bonds between the united states and italy and tribute to our history as partners and allies and marker of our shared value and heritage. our ties are embedded in the very root of the american story. america is discovered by the italians and named by an italian and built by thousands of italians and our community representing literally millions of bridges between the countries. through research and innovation italy will remain a bafton of creativity and beautiful. may our common history and sustained by our common values and common faith in the future continue to grow and flourish. with warmest regards, nancy pelosi". than
washington dc. from all over the country, there were outpouring of condolences and sympathy and there were senators and congressmen who sent out statements calling for gun control. in some cases with o political decisions by many to politicize the tragedy. here are somef their names and what they said. congressman bobby rush said lawmakers can no longer be held hostage by those who are opposed to reasonable gun control laws. congressman eliot engel of new york, the fact that we cannot pass sensible gun control in this congress is a blot on her reputation. and congressmen jerry nadler saying that now is not the time to have a serious discussion about and control, if not now, when would it be? at least 20 members of congress reacting with calls to restrict constitutional rights to bear arms. all over those calls coming from members of the democratic party. here is the number who chose to talk about mental illness. the disaffection of the mentally disturbed and ill. the importance of a strong family and how better to protect our schools, the burnable and helpless children with in those classr
and points north and west. a wintry mix with rain south and east of d.c. the precipitation moves out as we head into the afternoon and early eveninon saturday, but not after dumping about a coating in the district and even more north and west of that. so i will give you more of a breakdown of exactly what we can expect in your backyard in your full forecast. back to you. >>> tonight firearm fans and firearms protesters are mixing it up at one of the area's largest gun shows. debra alfarone is live at the dulles expo center in chan till lee. debra, you've already see some really dicey confrontations. >> reporter: you could say that, and i have a lot more later on. the lines are long. the voices are loud. the parking lot here is absolutely full. the nation's gun show, that's what they call it, is obviously pretty popular for gun enthusiasts and also for protesters. there's actually more gun enthusiasts than protesters. they kind of outnumbered those protesters 10 to 1 at least. but i tell you what they lost in numbers, those protesters certainly made up in that decibel level. they were loud,
to business in d.c. >> only five days to avoid raising your taxes. are they close to a deal? >> no way. no way at all. >> and the start of the new art -- a new way to detect breast cancer. how the 3d approach could save more women to help catch the disease even earlier. like a lot of things, trying to find a better job can be frustrating. so at university of phoenix we're working with a growing list of almost two thousand corporate partners - companies like microsoft, american red cross and adobe - to create options for you. not only that, we're using what we learn from these partners to shape our curriculum, so that when you find the job you want you'll be a perfect fit. let's get to work. >>> 15 -away if 6:00 right now. five things -- five things to know this morning. he was the coach of the maryland team. the school says he died tuesday night. he was 77 years old. >>> former south african president nelson mandela was released from the hospital. he had a procedure to remove gallstones. the 94-year-old leader is expected to recover at his home in johannesburg. >>> people in chicago will have
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